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Dates, personnel changes approved by trustees

May 2, 2012

NAPPANEE — It was a somewhat spartan, yet no less important, agenda that came before the members of the Wa-Nee Community Board of School Trustees at their Monday, April 23 meeting. 

Woodview’s got talent

April 27, 2012

Woodview Elementary School’s third and fourth grade talent show was held March 28.
Contest winners included (from left): Janice Borkholder (tied for third place) played”Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” on the harmonica; Lily Bowser (tied for third place) played “Entertainer” on the piano; Jazmin Cornejo (first place) sang “Set Fire to the Rain”; and Emilee Bontrager, Reagan Koble, and Madi Shepherd (second place) danced to “Jellicle Cats.”

Wedding wishes in Wakarusa

April 27, 2012

At Wakarusa Elementary School, Shelly Newcomer, mother of Kayden Newcomer, one of Audrey Leatherman’s third grade students, reads aloud from a special scrapbook that was presented to Leatherman to commemorate her approaching wedding. Each page featured a photo of every student, and the children were invited to offer advice to Leatherman’s fiancé on how to maintain a happy marriage. This will also be Leatherman’s final year of teaching in the Wa-Nee district.

Tale ‘as old as time’ told at NWMS

April 27, 2012

WAKARUSA — There are few classic stories that have withstood the rhythms of time by intertwining the magic of fairy tales with the breathless nuances of blossoming love. 
“Beauty and the Beast” is one such acclaimed example of a fantasy that has endured, and the young thespians of NorthWood Middle School will be offering their interpretation of the musical Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28. Both shows will begin at 7 p.m. and will appear on the stage of the NWMS cafeteria. Tickets are priced at $3 each, and will be the admission cost for guests of all ages.

Doctor’s focus is overall wellness

April 27, 2012

NAPPANEE — One Nappanee doctor doesn’t give out sports physicals or vaccinations, but she does invite and motivate her patients to stay active and take care of themselves from the inside out.
Dr. Anissa Gruendler has been a chiropractic physician, for the past 20 years. She runs her business and The Nutrition Shop at 110 E. Market St. in Nappanee offering a wide variety of services and products. She has been “giving it” to her patients “straight” — and that’s not talking about good postural spine alignment.

Maple Syrup Festival royalty

April 27, 2012

The 2012 Maple Syrup Festival Queen and court included (from left): Front row — Queen Regan Beck, Sweetheart Brooklin Brubacher, and Queen Sydney Wysong; and back row — First Runner-Up Breanna Troyer, Second Runner-Up Katie Peel, Third Runner-Up and Spirit of Wakarusa Essay Winner Bailey Murphy.
Look for more festival coverage and results in next week’s issue.
Photo provided

Harman responds to wave of calls

April 27, 2012

BREMEN — Tim Harman, a Bremen resident currently running for state representative, recently responded to a flood of phone calls received by Marshall and Fulton County residents over the weekend claiming that Harman is not pro-life.

Adults have a minute to win it

April 23, 2012

John Shrock of Middlebury said this was his first time at the Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival and the first time taking on Minute to Win It challenges. Here Shrock attempts (successfully) to transfer two 2-liter bottles of gum balls into two 2-liters attached to them by shaking and swirling them.

Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival Minute to Win It contest for children

April 23, 2012

Sierra Wright, 9, Miamisburg, Ohio, took her chances during the Minute to Win It contest for children 14 and younger, during which contestants had a minute to perform each of a series of tasks.

Man arrested for Metzler robbery

April 20, 2012

NAPPANEE — A Nappanee man was arrested March 30 after an investigation into a robbery at Metzler Shoe Company (111 S. Main St.). Shortly after noon that Friday, authorities were called to a report of an armed robbery in progress.
The suspect was reported as being a white male, wearing a black nylon covering over his face, and wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. He was also said to be wielding a knife.

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